thermohaline

Refers to the combined effects of temperature and salinity that contribute to density variations in the oceans.
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thermohaline

thermohaline 1. A reference to both heat and salinity; hot salts. 2. In oceanography, of or relating to the joint action of temperature and salinity in a water mass.
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THERMOHALINE

In oceanography, it pertains to when both temperature and salinity act together. An example is thermohaline circulation which is vertical circulation induced by surface cooling, which causes convective overturning and consequent mixing.
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Thermohaline

In oceanography, it pertains to when both temperature and salinity act together. An example is therm
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